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Netmarble reveals Q3 2022 financial earnings

With over half a million dollars in revenue in Q3 alone, Netmarble’s financial earnings are an interesting look inside the South Korean mobile game developer

Netmarble financial earnings: a woman from KOF Arena with long black hair and a white dress with red highlights and a fluffy white ruff strikes a sort of tai chi pose.

Netmarble has posted its Q3 2022 financial earnings, showing $547.50 million in revenue. Overseas sales accounted for 83% ($456.86 million) of total global sales, and the company reported an operating loss of $30 million, with a net loss of $218.75 million.

The company put this struggle down to increased costs, rising exchange rates, and underperforming game launches. Given Netmarble’s financial earnings have been pretty impressive in the past, global economic turndown combined with game delays for the company have clearly had an impact.

In spite of this, Young-sig Kown, CEO of Netmarble, is positive: “We’re optimistic we can drive improved results and strengthen Netmarble’s competitive edge with the The King of Fighters Arena and Charlotte’s Table launches in Q4 and participation in global game shows, beginning with Korea’s G-STAR in November, where we will preview an array of upcoming titles, including Solo Leveling: Arise and Arthdal Chronicles, as well as anticipated PC titles Paragon: The Overprime and HypeSquad.”

Netmarble financial earnings

Here you can see how the company laid out their earnings for Q3 2022.

  • “Between the first and third quarters, Netmarble earned an accumulated $1.57 billion in sales and $69.38 million in EBITDA. The company reported a total net loss of $66.71 million.
  • “North America led revenues (48%) with diversification across other key territories as follows: Korea (17%), Europe (13%), Southeast Asia (9%), Japan (7%), and other regions (6%).
  • “Netmarble’s portfolio showed genre diversification across Casual Games (47% of revenue generated), RPGs (24%), MMORPGs (21%) and other genres (8%).
  • “Top-performing titles for the third quarter included: Marvel Contest of Champions (11%), Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds (8%), Cash Frenzy (8%), Jackpot World (8%), Lotsa Slots (8%) and The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross (6%). All other games contributed to 51% of the company’s earned revenue.”

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